Mendes & Murteira
Operating out of the Barafunda boutique, this company offers flexible three- to four-hour tours (price negotiable) of surrounding...
This is one of two watch museums that houses one family's extraordinary private collection (the other is in Serpa). You name it – if it...
Bar do Teatro
Next to the theatre, this small, inviting bar has high ceilings and old-world decor that welcomes a friendly mixed crowd. The music...
Set in a former chapel (note the vaulted ceiling), and with drawings of Évora’s plazas along the stone walls, Taverna serves a solid...
Dom Joaquim information
Lonely Planet review
Housed in a renovated building, award-winning Dom Joaquim offers fine dining in a smart, contemporary setting. Modern artworks line the stone walls, and cane chairs grace clothed tables. It's often full of local business people who gather here for excellent traditional cuisine. And Chef Joaquim adores his clients as much as they love his skills. He serves big tastes with great enthusiasm: meats, including game such as perdiz (partridge), and succulent, fall-off-the-bone lamb; and seafood dishes, such and caçao (dogfish). Desserts consist mainly of doces conventuais (traditional convent puddings). Oh so sweet.